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Master the art of making money on Amazon

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Amazon. Heard of it? It’s no secret that the giant is basically gobbling up the entire retail industry like a tasty treat, but luckily, there are multiple ways you can join the dark side instead of fighting against it. Got a home business that you’re looking to grow? Selling your products on Amazon is a crucial reality for any modern entrepreneur. SEE ALSO: Learn how to triple your blog’s traffic by taking an online course If you’re like most people, you have a lot of experience buying products on Amazon and no experience selling on the platform. The course Sell on Amazon: Simple & Effective Strategies is designed to help you grow your home business quickly, and easily sell your products on Amazon.  Read more…More about Tech, Online Learning, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Stackcommerce, and Shopping Solo

Yeah, so here’s Lil Wayne’s weird cover of the ‘Friends’ theme

Feel free to file this in the “unlikeliest covers ever” folder. Lil Wayne covered the Friends theme song, poking fun at the San Francisco 49ers’ poor start to the NFL season in a promotion for the league’s second week on Fox. Well, as fans would know the 49ers did indeed go 0-2 with their loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, but the upshot is that we’ve got this utterly bizarre Lil Wayne cover to store in our minds forever.  Read more… More about Music, Movies, Nfl, Football, and Culture

Sean Spicer showed up at the Emmys and no one knew what to do

Stephen Colbert’s predictable Donald Trump jokes at the 69th Emmy Awards didn’t stop Sean Spicer from stepping into enemy territory Sunday night.  The Trump administration’s former press secretary wheeled out a podium during Colbert’s opening monologue for a surprise cameo, and everyone pretty much had the same reaction—including Melissa McCarthy.  SEE ALSO: Sean Spicer tells Jimmy Kimmel he’s never seen Donald Trump naked “What really matters to Donald Trump is ratings—you gotta have the big numbers. I certainly hope we achieve that tonight but unfortunately at this point, we have no idea of knowing how big the audience is,” Colbert said. “Is there anyone who can say how big the audience is? Sean do you know?” Read more…More about Emmy Awards, Sean Spicer, Emmys 2017, Culture, and Movies Tv Shows

U2 cancels St. Louis show amid protests over Jason Stockley acquittal

U2 canceled a show in St. Louis scheduled for Saturday night amid citywide protests over the Friday acquittal of police officer Jason Stockley, who shot a black driver five times after a car chase and was charged with first-degree murder.   “We have been informed by the St. Louis Police Department that they are not in a position to provide the standard protection for our audience as would be expected for an event of this size. We have also been informed that local crowd security personnel would not be at full capacity,” U2 said in a joint statement with Live Nation.  SEE ALSO: Activists hang ‘Racism is as American as baseball’ banner at Red Sox game Read more…More about Black Lives Matter, Police Brutality, U2, Jason Stockley, and Anthony Lamar Smith

Watch this robot conduct Andrea Bocelli and an entire symphonic orchestra in Italy

You might have heard someone say that “one day robots will replace humans, they’ll even be able to conduct an orchestra!”. Well, that day has arrived.  Enter YuMi, a dual-arm robot created by ABB, who made a stunning conducting debut in the historical Teatro Verdi, in Pisa, Italy. He directed Andrea Bocelli, the popular Italian tenor, as he sang “La Donna è Mobile”, the aria from Verdi’s Rigoletto.  Even if you’re a classical music expert, I challenge you to close your eyes and listen carefully to YuMi’s direction. Do you notice any discrepancies compared to a human director? No, me neither.  Read more…More about Robot, Orchestra Conductor, Yumi, Abb, and Culture